Four Years with General Lee: Being a Summary of the More Important Events Touching the Career of General Robert E. Lee, in the War Between the States Together with an Authoritative Statement of the Strength of the Army which He Commanded in the Field
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A. P. Hill advance Anderson's division arms Army of Northern Army of Virginia Army-Corps Artillery corps assault attack battle brigade campaign captured Carolina Cavalry corps Cheat Mountain Colonel column Confederate D. H. Hill defense DEPARTMENT OF NORTHERN Early's Edge Hill Edward Johnson Effective artillery Effective cavalry Effective infantry effective strength enemy enemy's engaged Enlisted eral Lee Ewell Ewell's corps Federal army flank foe Duty force Fredericksburg front Gettysburg Harper's Ferry Heth's division Hill's corps Hood Hooker Huttonsville Ibid Jackson Jackson's command James Longstreet James River July June Lee's Lieutenant-General Longstreet loss Manassas McClellan McLaws Meade ment morning move movement night North North Carolina Northern Virginia numbered occupied Officers official returns operations Orange Court-House Petersburg Pettigrew Pickett's division Pope position Potomac Present foe present for duty Provost-guard reached rear reinforcements retreat Richmond Second Corps seven soon south side Third Corps tion Total effective troops Wilcox's